The IU Board of Trustees has approved a $30.3 million increase in the 2012-13 budget, which will go toward merit-based salary increases, additional financial aid and utilities costs.
Police responded to an Occupy Bloomington event Tuesday morning after receiving a complaint at 8:03 a.m. that protesters had erected an Army surplus tent on a city-owned lot near the B-Line Trail between 10th and 11th streets.
Cutters Coach Jim Kirkham has somewhat of a plan for his riders in the final week before race day, but he doesn’t encourage them to deviate too much from their normal schedule. Here are a few tips for riders’ training in the final days and a breakdown of the Cutters’ last week of riding.
There’s more than one Kate Upton. There’s the one on the cover of the 2012 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, and then there’s the one who’s an IU sophomore in the Jacobs School of Music.
What to do if you think you have been sexually assaulted and information on how to get help.
Senior Caroline Shurig and Middle Way House Prevention Programs Coordinator Cierra Thomas-Williams share their stories of sexual assault and helping other survivors. Also, hear audio of their experiences with sexual assault.
An anti-Semitic act of vandalism was found Monday on a poster in the offices of the Robert A. and Sandra B. Borns Jewish Studies Program in Goodbody Hall.
The Forest all-rookie men’s team makes up its own practice techniques. They don’t take them from anybody. “It’s a pride thing,” junior Zack Clark says. They’ve never done this before, never trained, never competed. Four of the six team members have never even seen the race — they’ll watch a tape of the 2004 race to prepare.
The EF-4 tornado with 175-mph winds that swept through Henryville, Ind. and others closeby Friday, including Marysville to the northeast, left more damage than Clark County Sheriff Danny Rodden could describe the following day.
After a string of storms Friday afternoon, several southern Indiana towns are working to clean up severe tornado damage. The death toll in the area is now at 12, down from the officially stated 14.
In Tom Crean’s early years as head coach, tickets weren’t moving as much. This year, however, Crean’s team is winning. This year, everyone wants to go to the games. And more scalpers want in on the profits.